George Edward Reed III, 33, of the 3811 block of Greenbrook Street in Oak Trail Shores, was pulled over by a Sheriff’s Office deputy for reckless driving Tuesday, Lieutenant Johnny Rose said. The deputy found less than 2 ounces of marijuana, which would brings a Class B misdemeanor charge. But Reed tried to hide some of the marijuana, according to Rose, which qualifies as a third-degree felony count of tampering with physical evidence.
Students, teachers and parents gathered at Oak Woods School March 1 to work in the campus garden. The group worked all morning transplanting plants, weeding, tilling and making a gravel path. Students are planning to plant onions and potatoes in the spring. The outdoor learning center was dedicated last May in memory of Kyra Olson, a second-grader who passed away in January 2013 after fighting cancer. The garden and center will be used to enhance science instruction for students, according to principal Donnie Cody.
Firefighters responded to a large wind-whipped barn fire in Cresson early Saturday afternoon. Smoke could be seen miles away. The fire was on the Cleburne side of Cresson in town on South Crook Street.
Rowena Katharine Lawson, 42, of Cleburne, was arrested Feb. 28 on East Highway 377 by a Granbury police officer and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), less than 1 gram, Hood County Jail booking desk records show.
Baby Gracie, a 6-day-old baby goat, was a special visitor with Emma Roberson Elementary School pre-kindergartners on March 5. As part of a series of lessons on farm animals, the family of student Alexis Roberts brought the kid to help the children learn about baby goats and how they are fed. The owners had a huge baby bottle of goat’s milk for the kid to drink.
Don’t forget to move your clocks ahead one hour tonight before you hit the hay. Daylight saving time goes into effect at 2 a.m. Sunday.
A 12-year-old boy who was reported as a runaway from a residence in Whippoorwill Bay was found, uninjured, hiding near the swimming pool in his neighborhood, Hood County Sheriff Roger Deeds said just after 8 Thursday evening. Deputies, first responders and other officials joined in the search about an hour earlier and used a search dog and a thermal imager while the child was being sought.
First responders, deputies and other officials are searching for a 12-year-old caucasion boy who reportedly is a runaway last seen on Skylark Drive near Lake Granbury in the Whippoorwill Bay subdivision north of Granbury, Sheriff Roger Deeds said shortly after 7 p.m. Friday. The boy has a stocky build, short hair and glasses and is believed to be wearing a red and black shirt, black pants and white tennis shoes. In addition to deputies and firefighters, officials are utilizing a search dog plus a thermal imager.
Thursday, March 6
Arlington Seguin 6, Granbury 1
Granbury 7, Crowley 7
Friday, March 7
Lipan (1-1) 8, Santo 7
Everman 11, Granbury 5
Granbury 7, North Crowley 2
Tolar 11, Gorman 4
Tolar 24, Ranger 6
Saturday, March 8
Big Spring 5, Granbury (6-7-3) 4
Hico 6, Tolar (4-3) 4
Friday, March 7
Granbury (9-10, 4-5 in 15-4A) 4, Alvarado (1-11, 0-9) 0
Lady Pirates’ win sets up a winner-take all contest in Cleburne on March 18 for the fourth and final playoff berth from district.
Granbury (7-5-7, 4-3-2 in 15-4A) 4, Alvarado (0-20, 0-9) 0
Pirates secure playoff berth and can finish third in district with a win at district-leading Cleburne on March 18, combined with a Joshua loss to runner-up Stephenville.
Friday, March 7
Granbury (7-3, 3-0 in 7-4A) 18, Arlington Heights 0
Lady Pirates have outscored their district opponents 62-4
Tolar (4-6) 19, Lake Worth 8